Man Utd star Cristiano Ronaldo caught practising his goal CELEBRATION by ex-Bayern Munich chief

MANCHESTER UNITED star Cristiano Ronaldo is so confident that he even practises his goal celebrations.

That's according to former Bayern Munich chief and Ballon d'Or winner Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.


Ronaldo, 36, extended his record Champions League goal tally to 135 when he found the net against Young Boys.

And goalscoring has become such second nature to the Portuguese down the years, that he even practises his celebrations.

Asked by Bild about the Red Devils icon, Rummenigge gushed: "He is a phenomenon!

"He's 36-years-old, he's played 20 years at this level.

"He has an upper body like Adonis. I remember a situation when I was in Turin."

"He was standing behind a door with his hands in the air. I asked him: 'What are you doing?'

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"And he said: 'I'm practising the celebration of my next goal…'

Ronaldo has had plenty of opportunities to show off his honed 'Siu' celebration, having already bagged three goals in two games since returning to United.

But despite his latest effort, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men fell 2-1 to Young Boys in the Champions League last night.

Ronaldo was substituted by Solskjaer in the 72nd minute, being replaced by Jesse Lingard.

And it was his replacement whose unfortunate 95th minute mistake gifted Jordan Siebatcheu with the opportunity to grab a famous win for Young Boys.

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